Max Talbot calls Ovechkin a douche on live radio
AZCentral.com: Phoenix Coyotes, Ice Edge deal in... →
Most exciting off-season ever or most exciting off-season ever?
Man from Manitoba facing charges for dialing 9-1-1... →
Best line: “If you’re coming to get me, can you bring me some smokes?” dlbrows:
The Tennessean: Local Predators owners to buy Del... →
That’s a 27% stake for $15-million, which brings the Preds value to about $56-million. Balsillie’s rejected offers were in the neighbourhood of $225-million to $250-million.
SportsNet: Devils won't appeal Kovalchuk ruling →
TSN: NHL Rejects Kovalchuk Contract for Salary Cap... →
Flyers trade forward Gagne to Lightning for... →
I like what Steve Yzerman is doing in Tampa. I think they will be one of the teams to beat in the East next season.
THN.com Blog: Dallas Stars on verge of being sold... →
Former Canuck Naslund humbled by plans to retire... →
…. also mopey
GM Place to become Rogers Arena →
The Vancouver Canucks confirmed at a news conference Tuesday that the new naming sponsor for the team’s arena is Rogers Communication. The two parties have signed a ten-year deal which gives Rogers broadcast, naming and wireless rights for the Canucks. This is the first time any company has secured all three sponsorship strands. Nickname, The Phone Booth?
Vancouver Canucks will no longer play at stadium... →
The Vancouver Canucks will still play their home games in downtown Vancouver, but they will no longer play in an arena known as General Motors Place. This morning (July 6), the hockey club announced that GM will continue to be a corporate partner, but will focus its activities on in-arena marketing rather than being the title sponsor of the building itself. The General Motors name has been...
With his passing, everyone’s focusing on what Bob did best: fight. But, let’s remember a few other things that one of the toughest guy’s to ever strap on skates accomplished. In 87-88 he scored 29 goals, a great number for anyone, but, when you look at the number of tough guys before and after that don’t even chip in with a regular shift, that’s downright amazing. ...
Report: Kovalchuk to sign 7 year deal with the... →
According to a report, it appears that Ilya Kovalchuk is on the verge of re-signing with the New Jersey Devils. The New York Post is reporting that the unrestricted free agent, who played the final 27 games of last season with the Devils, is going to sign a seven-year, $60 million contract with the team as soon as Monday. The Los Angeles Kings dropped out of the running for Kovalchuk on Sunday,...
The National Post: Burke keeps his promise →
The always great Bruce Arthur on Brian Burke marching in memory of his son, Brendan, at this past weekend’s Toronto Pride Parade. You can say a lot of things about Brian Burke, but after reading this, you certainly can’t say that he’s anything but a great father.
Canucks sign defenceman Hamuis to 6-year deal →
VANCOUVER — Dan Hamhuis turned down more money from other teams for a chance to play at home and maybe win a Stanley Cup. The free-agent defenceman agreed to a US$27-million, six-year deal with the Vancouver Canucks Thursday, adding more depth and another big paycheque to the NHL team’s blue-line. Hamhuis, a native of Smithers, B.C., was twice traded since the end of the season to...
Sutter confident Jokinen can produce more for less... →
Is Sutter on crack or something?